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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, Ftbrvery S, 1W THI IfTHIIIDOI HIRALD 7 CBC saved Albertan OTTAWA (CP) Only the CBC saved him from hav- ing to churn out radio scripts for the old American Ma Perkins or The Green Hornet radio serials, author W. 0. Mitchell of High River, Alta. confessed here. It was toe fact that he had chance to get his work such a the Jake and the Kid series or a publicly owned network tha kept him from having to turn to the U.S. to earn enough mion ey to get his children throug school. sown mm mm MOVIES YOU LIKE k t 4 T CARDSTON May-fair Theatre "DON'T LOOK NOW, WE'RE BEING SHOT AT! In color. Starring Terry-Thomas. Saturday, February 5. Shows at and p.m. Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "LITTLE BIG MAN" In Technicolor. Starring Dustra Hoffman and Canadian Indian Chief Dan George. Sat- urday, February 5. Show at p.m. Adult, MNCHER CREEK Fox Theatre Walt Disney's "THE BAREFOOT EXECUTIVE" In Technicolor. Storing Kurt Russell. Joe Flynn. and Wally Cox. Saturday, February 5. Shows at and p.m. Family. Sunday, February 6 one show at p.m, "FOOLS PARADE" In color. Starringe Jams Stewart and George Kennedy. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "THE LOVE MACHINE" In color. Starring John Phillip Law and Dyan Cannon. Saturday, Monday, and Tuesday, February 5, 7 and 8. Saturday shows at and p.m. Restricted Adult. SPECIAL SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 6 "TOKLAT" In color with Leon Ames. 3 shows Sunday. and p.m. Family. Sunday, February 6. One show at LABOR run CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS TONITE-SATURDAY "ANYTHING GOES" Members and Invited Guests! 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 MUSICAL INSTRUMENT "K Reg. Now Accordions '385 Reg. Now Reg. Now USED Men's or Ladies' Priced from MUSIC STANDS Reg. 5.25 ACCORDION POLISH Reg. 1.25 950 METRONOMES 10.95 ?Sf 14.50 ft. 15.95 Baldwin Organs Cif Jj AE 490 Model E10LB (new) with wonder chord and rhythm. Reg. Model 5x1000 (new) with rhythm Reg. Model 5x2100 (new) with rhythm Reg. USED LOWREY with rhythm Must be seen to be appreciated RHYTHM BOXES........... Now 20 OFF ELECTRIC PIANO............... 20 OFF ROCK ORGAN................. 20 OFF All instruments new or used carry full warranty BERTI SCHOOL OF MUSIC Exclusive Baldwin Organ and Piano Dealer LESSONS SALES SERVICE 2646 South Parkside Drive Phone 327-0115 For Sunday viewing Phone No private broadcasting or- ganization in Canada would have been willing to put up the necessary money, the humorist 'told a workshop at the National Conference on the Law. He offered the comment as the group sounded out feelings on whether regulation can im- prove the quality of broadcast- ing, a subject that resulted in some brisk comments on Jhe relative merits of Canadian and U.S. television and public and private broadcasting In Canada! Jack Webster, Vancouver broadcaster, said the new con- tent quota for Canadian music on radio stations similar to the Canadian content rule for TV, had "made a hell of a lot of money for Anne Murray." But had this made radio any .better? His view was that now "you get Canadian garbage in- stead of American garbage." George Bain, columnist for the Toronto Globe and Mail, says it is a false assumption that TV or radio are cultural media. They were vehicles for advertising, selling "what sails best." This included the CBC. Keith Davey, Liberal senator who headed the Senate study of the mass media, said this was downgrading the CBC, which had done a good job in public affairs. POPULATION RISE Rhodesia's population rose to in June, 1971 from less than four million 10 years ear- lier. JAZZ at ZONKAS Sunday Nights to p.m. 318 2nd Ave. S. PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Straw Dogs" Last Complete Sunday Short subjects "Straw Dogs" One complete show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Special Matinee "Tarzan's Fight for Life" One complete show "Rhino" Short Subjects "The Touch" Last Complete Show Sunday Short subjects "The Touch" One complete show COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects "Ryan's Daughter" Last Complete Show Sunday Short Subjects "Ryan's Daughter" One Complete Show 8-: 15 Answers call WRENTHAM The Wren tham fire truck was called ou to a fire at the Conrad Poo Elevator recently. The office and former dwell g of the elevator agent were destroyed by fire. The fire truck from Warner was also in attendance. Tb cuase of the fire originate from a motor. UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE CONCERT SERIES (1971-72 season) MALCOLM TAIT (cello) LOUISE CHAPMAN (piano) WEDNESDAY, FEB. 9th P.M. Yates Memorial Centre Admission: Adults S2.00 504 Tickets: Leister's Music Limited Switchboard Operator University West Campus LABOR CLUB Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. WEEKLY BINGO EVERY MONDAY 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 50 Game No. 1 50 10th Game Blackout in 58 Numbers 11 Games Prize Money 20 ALL GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH Entry Card SI.00 All Wood Cards 500 Each Children Under 16 Not Allowed Bingo will also be played in the club room for members and their invited guests Music Friday and Saturday Banquet facilities FREE... CABLE TV INSTALLATION TILL TUES., FEB. 29th All orders received during this period are eligible for Fret Coble TV installation all you pay is the low monthly service charge. Installation may be arranged for in February or March. Phone 328-1222 Now Orders accepted anytime day or night in this period but you must PHONE NOW for free installation. There's more to see with CABLE TV MULTI CHANNEL TV AND FM Phone 328-1222 1018 3rd Avenue S. Stars rest under simple epitaphs HOLLYWOOD (AP) Swash buckler-lover Errol FLynn sleeps in an unmarked grave For 12 years Ethel Barrymore queen of the theatre's roya family, has lain in an unmarkec crypt, apart from her brothers John and Lionel. Clara Bow's epitaph recalls her reign as the silent screen's sex goddess: "Hollywood's 'It' Girl." A half-lifesize bronze figure of Al Jolson, in smiling, "Mammy" singing pose, kneels beside a 30-foot marble tower that shelters his sarcophagus. But such oddities and stand- out memorials are exceptions. Most stars rest under simple ep- itaphs. NAMES AND DATES Names on theatres in blazing lights are replaced now by mod- est marquees consisting most often of just names and dates cast in bronze or engraved on marble: "Marilyn Monroe, 1926-1962" "Nelson Eddy, June 29 1901-Mareh 6, 1967" ton Webb, 18894966" Cole, 1919-1965" "Hum phrey de Forest Bogart, Dec. 25 1899-Jan. A somber, seven-cemetery survey of 76 resting places, to determine stars' final billings was suggested by a reader's query concerning W. C. Fields. The comedian was said to have once quipped that his mar- ker would read, "On the whole I'd rather be here than in Phila- delphia." Does it? No. A brass plate on marble, in a wall of many niches containing New bank opens in Trinidad MONTREAL (CP) A new bank has commenced opera- tions in Trinidad and Tobago by assuming the assets, liabilities and business of the 16 branches formerly operated by the Royal Bank of Canada, it was an- nounced Friday. The new bank, to be known as the Koyal Bank of Trinidad and Tobago Ltd., will have author- ized capital of million (Trin- idad) or about million (Ca- The Canadian bank, which at present holds all (Trinidad) in issued and paid-up shares of the new bank, plans to reduce its interest in the Royal Bank of Trinidad and Tobago in stages so that 51 per cent ol that bank's shares- will -be owned by residents of Trinidad and Tobago within five years. The Royal Bank of Canada has operated branches In Trini- dad and Tobago since 1910. ArouncUcloek radio rejected LONDON (Renter) Around-the-clock radio, now permitted since the government lifted restrictions on broadcast- ing hours last month, has been firmly rejected by the BBC. Douglas Muggeridge, control- ler of the BBC's light and popu- ar music programs, said there if as no prospect of 24rhour radio in the foreseeable future. The BBC now ceases broad- casts from 2 to a.m. FIRE SWEEPS HOTEL ROME (AP) Fire broke out on the first floor of the San Vin- cenzo Hospital on the outskirts of Rome early Friday, sending >amc-stricken patients scram- >ling for exits through dense smoke. An 82-year-old man col- apsed in a corridor and died of heart attack. Forty other per- sons were injured, 14 of them when they jumped from sec- >nd-storey windows. None was in serious condition. Moke Up A Party And Come To The "EL RANCHO" Now Featuring The CABARET THURSDAY Friday and Saturday Thursday Night Only All Ladies Admitted FREE! Playing In The CABARET "GENE REG DLOUHY" Entertaining In The LOUNGE "RIA" And In The OUTRIDER TAVERN Thurs.-Friday-Sat. "Country Comfort" IfL SAMfHOi HOTEL ashes at Forest Lawn Memorial Park, reads merely, "W. C. Fields 1880-1946." Fields apparently meant his remark no more seriously than Dean Martin probably did when quoted as saying his epitaph would be, "I told them I was sick." A Forest Lawn source says the cemetery doesn't know why Errol Flynn's grave is un- marked among the graves on its 317 acres in subur- ban Glendale. Interment for Flynn, who died in 1959 at 50 after a quarter-cen- tury in films, was private at the request of his widow and third wife, actress Patricia Wyniore. But a veteran publicist friend of Flynn's says, "My guess is that he just didn't care about any monuments. He'd have said, 'When you live you live, and when you're dead you're dead. And who The Barrymores are en- tombed in the Catholic Calvary Cemetery's mausoleum .on Los Angeles' east side. At floor level adjoining the chapel is "John Barrymore, the year of his next above "Lionel with no dates. A guide leads the way through the chapel, then leftward down a hall where he points to the unmarked marble face of an ap- Charter flight plan a farce HAMILTON, Ont. affinity rule that says a person must be a member of a club for six months before embarking on a charter flight is a federal Transport Minister Don Jamieson says. Speaking at a news confer- ence in nearby Burlington, Mr. Jamieson said he would like to get rid of the rule because it's unenforceable. He said the federal govern- ment is "on the brink" or start- ing negotiations with the United States to eliminate the rule and to provide more reasonable rules to govern charter flights. parently empty, floor-level cript and says, "That's Ethel Barry- more." Why no inscription? Her son, Samuel Barrymore Colt, explained: "Whoever held the crypt next to the brothers asked some outrageous price we couldn't he said. And the inscription? "We've been waiting to put something on. I'm glad you re- minded me. I don't think it will be an epitaph, probably just the name." Jolson's monument at Hillside Memorial, a Jewish cemetery, was paid for from his million estate. Floodlit at night, with a waterfall cascad- ing downhill, it is in full view of the San Diego Freeway. Surrounding the vault, six marble columns soar 30 feet to a marble roof. A mosaic ceiling inscription, "The Sweet Singer of surrounds mosaic clouds where Moses reads from a scroll. Marilyn Monroe is in an out- door tier of Tennessee pink marble crypts at Westwood DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic Suite 8-304 5th St. S. Ph. 327-7244 lethbridge Memorial Park, a hundred from the clatter of Wilshire Boulevard traffic and building construction. Six red roses in the waist-high vault's vase are replaced every other day by a florist on an order from base- ball's Joe DiMaggio, the second of her three husbands. "The first two or three years there were hundreds of visitors a day to her a cemetery official says. "Now maybe 10 to 15 cars a day drive by. Even the famous are slowly forgot- ten." The CBC'S "Tenth unit is searching for motion picture film showing Canadian Social and Political Events between for a new series of Television Historical Documentaries. Please write to: Miss Anne Acland Canadian Broadcasting Corporation P.O. Box3220 Station "C Ottawa, Ont K1Y 1E4 YOUR PHILIPS DEALER WITH SERVICE SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV RADIO AND TV 302 13th St. N. JACK'S ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 52 NUMBERS NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS ALLOWED! PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS ENTERTAINMENT for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS TONIGHT SATURDAY, FEB. 3 "4 HITS AND A MISS- GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB ANNUAL MASQUERADE DANCE FEB. 12th- PJIL 3 PRIZES FOR BEST COSTUME MUSIC BY FRANKLY BROTHERS MEMBERS and GUESTS BUY BOOKS OF THEATRE TICKETS AND SAVE! a film of -startling suspense and involvement RESTRICTED ADIH.T hSAMPECKlNPAHS COLOR "PULLS NO PUNCHES ROUGH AND TOUGH" RESTRICTED ADULT PARAMOUNT NOW SHOWING TONIGHT AT and p.m. PARAMOUNT NOW SHOWING TONIGHT at and p.m. Showing Sunday at p.m. only Elliott Qould mlngmar Bergmans "The Touch SHOWING Sunday at p.m. SHOWING Sunday at p.m y, Astoryof love. Rimed by David Lean SttmnoRCJBERTMfTCHUM CHRISTOPHER JONES JOHN MILLS LEO McKERN m SARAH MILES ADUIT-NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN COLLEGE NOW SHOWING One Complete Show at p.m. only ;